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Parathyroid-Ca, acinous portion, left side.

Conflict:

Conflict of not being able to spit out one thing.

Conflict by not having secured the muscle contractivity (potential muscle activity) due to too low calcium levels. As a result, the unwanted lump could not be excreted due to a lack of secretion. (In the past, parathyroid glands were exocrine glands that secreted into the intestine; today, they are endocrine glands that secrete their hormone into the blood).

Idiom:

Hamer Focus:

HH in the brainstem (pons), left dorsal (backward).

active phase:

Compact, cauliflower-like growing adeno-Ca of secretory and resorptive quality, so-called hard goiter with hyperparathyroidism (parathyroid hormone) regulating calcium levels. The acini are remnants of the old intestinal mucosa.

Healing:

In most cases, the rough, nodular parathyroid tumors persist and become encapsulated. However, if fungi or fungal bacteria had gained access during the conflict-active phase, the nodules become tuberculous. The latter would be the normal biological process. In the process, the hormone level normalizes.

Crisis:

Centralization

Biological Sense:

active phase

Resorptive type only: increase calcium level to improve muscle contractility. In particular, defecating smooth muscle activity left side of pharynx (parathyroid gland used to be excretory gland releasing secretion into the intestine).

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